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The concept of Big O notation is fundamental in computer science and software engineering for analyzing and comparing the efficiency of algorithms and data structures. It provides a standardized way of describing the upper bounds of the time and space complexity of an algorithm or data structure as the input size grows.
Big O Time Complexity:
Big O time complexity describes the worst-case scenario for the amount of time an algorithm takes to complete as a function of the input size (n).
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Dynamic Programming (DP) is a problem-solving technique used to solve problems by breaking them down into simpler subproblems. It is particularly useful when the problem can be divided into overlapping subproblems, meaning that the same subproblems are solved repeatedly. DP stores the results of solved subproblems in a table (usually an array or a matrix) to avoid redundant computations and improve efficiency.
Here are some key concepts and characteristics of dynamic programming:
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Recursion is a programming technique where a function calls itself directly or indirectly to solve a problem. It’s a powerful and elegant approach commonly used to solve problems that can be broken down into smaller, similar subproblems.
Here are some key points about recursion:
Base Case: Recursion involves breaking down a problem into smaller instances of the same problem. Each recursive function call works on a smaller or simpler version of the original problem.
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Stack and heap are two memory regions used by computer programs to manage memory allocation, each with its own characteristics and purposes.
Stack Memory:
Purpose: The stack is used for static memory allocation and stores variables that are declared and initialized in functions and methods. It is a region of memory that follows a Last-In-First-Out (LIFO) structure. Allocation: Memory on the stack is automatically allocated and deallocated as functions are called and return.
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